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Alison’s New Intro, John Henson’s Twitter Battle, Daniel’s Wine Rage

 

Alison might be over carboloading the intro. John Henson got into it on Twitter. Daniel hates your certainty. Jenna and Al need you to go down for a nap. Alison’s song is creeping everyone out. Also, multitasking while parenting is impossible. Plus a round of Just Me Or Everyone and an adoptable dog named Cookie.

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  • AndrewviaMR

    Babies and Trump have a lot of things in common. One of them is that people can’t hear your warnings when it matters, and when they can hear you it’s too late to tell them because they’ll just hate you. 😉

    I suspect the phone thing is self-medication for the anxiety.

  • Tiny Rick

    Actually “Ring Around the Rosie” has been associated with the plague, but a quick look at Snopes says it’s not true, but still any association with plague is still pretty dark.

  • 1whoknocks

    I received my Netflix DVD of Lo and Behold (Werner Hertzog) the same day I listened to Daniel and John Henson’s discussion of our current connected (perhaps too much) society. I agree it is generally for the better of humanity.
    I would like to hear more from The #AL and Jeff these days, but I understand us fans can’t be choosers.
    I don’t have any preference for Alison’s open, but I miss Daniel’s self
    deprecating line at the end of the introductions. They seemed to end when he got feedback of his marriage on twitter.

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